Changing Dynamics in Healthcare Cybersecurity

Changing Dynamics in Healthcare Cybersecurity

Imperative for Protecting Patient Information Driving Need for New Solutions

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08-Jun-2016
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North America
Research Code: 9AB9-00-47-00-00
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This research takes into account changing dynamics in the hospital environment, particular to the rise of the Internet of Medical Things and connected medical devices. Cyberattacks related to criminal fraud and abuse as well as data breaches have increased significantly within the healthcare industry from the past few years, and portend specific risks for hospital based medical technologies that increasingly are required to support connected functionalities. Healthcare organizations are now implementing security services aimed at finding the right balance between controlling security costs, deterring attacks, and promoting a productive work environment. Newer cybersecurity solutions from innovative participants ranging from IT governance and risk compliance to threat detection and healthcare fraud and identity protection are augmenting security in the healthcare industry. As the industry moves forward, there are specific precautions and strategies that developers must consider as they deploy their interoperable medical systems.

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Key Findings

Research Scope

The Key Questions that this Study will Answer

What is Cybersecurity for Medical Devices?

Types of Hackers Attacking Networked Medical Devices

Hospital with Vulnerable Medical Devices/Systems

Potential Future Risk Scenarios through Use of Medical Devices/Systems

Connected Medical Devices—Associated Risks

Why Invest Additional Time and Money on Cybersecurity for Networked Medical Devices?

Potential Future Risk Scenarios/Implications through Medical Technologies

Social Engineering—A (new) Way of Hacking a Hospital

Social Engineering—Case Study: Social Media

Social Engineering—Case Study: Hospital Premises

Social Engineering—Case Study: Whaling (CEO Fraud)

Past Attacks

Past Attacks—Medtronic

Past Attacks—St. Joseph Health System

Past Attacks—Anthem

Past Attacks—Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center

Key Takeaways from these Attacks

Key Takeaways from the Verizon Data Breach Investigations (DBIR) Report—2014 and 2015s

Key Takeaways from the Verizon Data Breach Investigations (DBIR) Report—2014 and 2015s (continued)

Key Takeaways from the Verizon Data Breach Investigations (DBIR) Report—2014 and 2015s (continued)

Key Takeaways from the Verizon Data Breach Investigations (DBIR) Report—2014 and 2015s (continued)

FDA’s Draft Guidance on Premarket Submissions for Cybersecurity Risks in Medical Devices—Key Takeaways

FDA’s Draft Guidance on Postmarket Management of Cybersecurity Risks in Medical Devices—Key Takeaways

Initiatives from the Government and Industry toward Medical Device Security

News Affairs—Trend Lines Overs the Years

Hot Cybersecurity Companies to Watch in 2016 for the Healthcare Industry

Hot Cybersecurity Companies to Watch in 2016 for the Healthcare Industry (continued)

Clearwater Compliance

Nexusguard

DB Networks

TraceSecurity

Coalfire Systems

Recommendations for the Medical Device Manufacturers

Recommendations for the Healthcare Organization

Recommendations—For the Industry and Hospitals

Key Conclusions

Concluding Thoughts

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Cyberattacks related to criminal fraud and abuse as well as data breaches have increased significantly within the healthcare industry from the past few years due to the rapid expansion of electronic health records and electronic medical records. Healthcare organizations are now implementing security services aimed at finding the right balance between controlling security costs, deterring attacks, and promoting a productive work environment. Newer cybersecurity solutions from innovative participants ranging from IT governance and risk compliance to threat detection and healthcare fraud and identity protection are augmenting security in the healthcare industry.
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Author Harpreet Singh Buttar
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number 9AB9-00-47-00-00
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